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7:00 AM | **Bitter cold air on Thursday and Friday and that could lead to problems by Saturday**


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7:00 AM | **Bitter cold air on Thursday and Friday and that could lead to problems by Saturday**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast


Mainly cloudy, cold, cannot rule out a rain shower or two, highs in the lower 40’s


Mainly cloudy, cold, could be a rain shower early and snow shower late, lows near freezing


Partly sunny, brisk and cold, low 40’s

Wednesday Night

Partly cloudy, breezy, colder, low 20’s


Windy and very cold with partial sunshine, snow showers possible, bitter wind chills, mid-to-upper 20’s


Windy and very cold with partial sunshine, maybe a snow shower, bitter wind chills, mid 20’s


Cloudy, cold, early snow changes to ice and then to plain rain, but there can be a buildup of snow and/or ice before the changeover, lower 40’s late in the day


Cloudy, chilly, chance for more rain, upper 40’s


Another Arctic blast arrives later this week in the Mid-Atlantic region and it’ll be colder than the last one. In fact, temperatures on Thursday and Friday are likely to hold in the 20’s on both days and overnight lows by Friday morning could bottom out in the single digits near New York City, near 10 degrees in the Philly metro region, and near the 15 degree mark in DC. This bitter cold, dense Arctic air mass will then begin to retreat on Saturday, but not before moisture reaches us from the Midwest and this potential collision of moisture and retreating Arctic air could lead to snow and/or ice problems in the DC-to-Philly-to-NYC corridor before a late day or nighttime changeover to plain rain.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.